Legos on the outside, MSI on the inside: The bizarre yet powerful gaming PC

It's a piece of art in every sense

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Innovation knows no bounds! The phrase has, yet again, been validated by a group of enthusiasts and experts who set out to build a gaming PC with Legos on the exterior and MSI components on the interior.

Together, a team from NAG and the ZA Lego User Group developed a classic Batman-themed gaming PC after MSI approached them with the challenge, as shared by Regardt Van Der Berg, Editor at NAG.

In the process, they faced several unanticipated challenges. Building a gaming rig can be called manageable, but if you couple it with an all-Legos exterior, you have taken things to a different level altogether.

MSI Lego gaming PC (Image source: NAG)

Cavan Rorke from the ZA Lego User Group, when asked if he had any tips for others trying to build a Lego PC, shared an insightful piece of information.

So when it comes down to the two differentiators in Lego, you have got your Techinque Lego, which sort of looks like a strong beam that’s perforated. The other side is the System Lego, which is, kind of, what you see from the outside that makes things look cosmetically appealing. When it comes down to the roots or the foundation for the computer case, we find that best components was definitely building it out of a technique frame, and I would suggest that to anybody based on the fact that it’s scalable and you can make it extremely strong.

While the exact MSI Lego PC configuration has not been officially shared, a screengrab from the video shows 3DMark, a GPU comparison tool, running on the PC.

Based on this, we were able to ascertain that the MSI Lego PC runs on Windows 11 and uses the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 GPU and a 13th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU. It’s got a Graphics Score of 6072, which falls in the Good bracket.

For more information and to watch the team sharing their experience, check NAG‘s official blog.

Wouldn’t you love to build a Lego PC, and if so, what configuration would you aim for? Share with our readers in the comments section.

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